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Pod of some sort. - Lithacodes fasciola

Pod of some sort. - Lithacodes fasciola
Tontitown, Washington County, Arkansas, USA
September 23, 2011
Size: 1.5 - 2 cm

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Pod of some sort. - Lithacodes fasciola Pod of some sort. - Lithacodes fasciola

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

check Lithacodes cats

 
parasite?
Is that white spot a maggot parasite on the back?

 
I think...
it looks like it could be a braconid that has emerged and is in the process of spinning its cocoon.

 
I'm sure that's what it is, h
I'm sure that's what it is, had no idea it was a baby!! LOL

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